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painful experience of my life he was booked on a charge of resisting arest. his attorney says police used excessive force. >> i assumed they saw the video of this incident. and they refused to file it. they said no.ziñ gillson posted this video on you tube about three weeks ago. says it's received about half a million hits. police chief declined to talk to us on camera but in a phone conversation says it video doesn't speak for itself. the post posted was edited. internal affairs determined the officer acted within policy. >> i think a picture says a thousand words. >> we showed this individual yes to don cam ran, teaching classes on the use of force. he says gillson was not resisting or trying to escape. but says domestic violence is a serious crime and had not been frisked yet for a weapon. this is what caught his eye. gillson looking over his left shoulder, lowering his arms. a possible reason for firing a taser. >> officers see someone that traces them, and next thing hands start to move. that is a pors site. red frag for officers. >> and cameron tells us in this case, he doesn't t
will not be back to normal. >> check us these amazes images of the damage. this satellite shot shows the before and after damage in new jersey, maryland, and new york. see just how bad the destruction is along the coast. sand, where homes and parks used to be. hundreds of homes and building destroyed. >>> disney and abc are making monday a day of giving to the victims of sandy. disney is kicking things off with a $2 million donation to the american red cross, and samsung will provide a dollar force dollar match for viewer donations to the american red cross on abc's day of giving. you can text abc to 90999 to give $10 to the relief efforts >>> in any disaster, communication is critical to response and relief efforts. right now a bay area university is developing ways to keep communications going during any major critical event. we're live with the details. reporter: one of the things carnegie melon university is working on is a social media site with its own independent power source. that way people can loggen and use their smartphone or their computer. >> the inside of this palo alto mobile em
and evening. i'm here in petta luma. folks here using this break between systems that is to gather up sandbags. most people here today have had experience with homes and their businesses flooding before. first sis till rolled through and left signsoc[x behind. like here, along occidental, camp meeker road. the fire department had to come out and clear tree autos we had a couple trees coming down. the storm started getting ground dirty. and wet. and they fall. we get out here and pick them up, every time.a6ld >> heavy rain didn't cause a lot of problems but did produce minor flooding like here. a common trouble spot in the winter. downtown, residents loaded up some sandbags to protect property. next series of systems steps up off the northern california coast. >> in the past 15 years, at least two, three times the building has gone underwater. >> try toss get 50 back. >> why? >> there are many doors around the building. just a different number will not be enough. >> a large numberr?=p of carps -- tarps went out of the door. >> waiting for the storm. and then, everybody wants to jump on it. >>
information that you do share with us. >> he was a sweet guy. he liked to take care of business. you know? >> friends and family left candles, flowers and notes. many tributes sported black and silver of his beloved oakland raiders. >> he was just a good man. i can't understand why someone would just harm him like that. >> if someone can take his life for money or whatever, we need to know. >> this is the scene of the plane out here in front of bartly's store. his wife made a plea asking where is the help he promised here in oakland to help fight crime as it happens. the california patrol took to the streets here again, controlling here today. >> there is emotional testimony as a former elementary school principal tried to explain to the jury why she did not report a disturbing incident involving a teacher that is now accused of multiple counts of child abuse. >> cameras are not allowed in court. the former principal took the stand, crying at times as the first witness in her own defense. >> they have seen who lynn is now. a dedicated, honest, prov who had nothing but student best interes
and about child offenders but i want parents to set the tone and tell me with a they're looking for from us. >> detectives showing wherajñn the registered sex owe grerndz live within a mile of the school. the map is a resource available online to parents because of the law. >> people and offenders are any and everyone in the community. so sometimes you never know. >> someone at the school aloud the 51-year-old2ás= convicted child molester to volume lun near a fund raising he venlt. the bishop of the diocese says this will never happen again. the popular parish priest left. a former student used technology to confirm her suspicion. >> this young woman went on to her phone, and saw yes, he is a sex offender. she used technology to confirm. >> few parents wanted to stop to talk about the matter. one did. cindy has three children ages five, seven, nine. >> everybody is fwork together. we're a strong community going to be looking out for one another. so, so. yes. there is no concern for me. >> the sheriff says an investigation is underway to determine whether anyone knew that a registered sex
not know it was a law. >> kevinna coleman lives in a home that uses propane but did not know about a year old state law that requires single family homes to have carbon[lxtu monoxide dedoctors. cal fire estimates only one in 10 homes does. >> i"&e;ñ have heard sad storien the news of families that have perished because they didn't have one. >> it is known as silent killer because gap is odorless and colorless. according to cal fire nearly 500 people die nationwide every year of the poisoning and sends 20,000 to the emergency room that. is why detectors were mandated a year ago, to save lives. november is carbon monoxide wareness month. this is the time of the year people don't know it is around them. >> a lot of cases they're fatal. people don't recognize symptoms. they think they have the flu. they continue to subject them selfs to high levels. >> starting january 1 multi unit residences rb required to have alarms installed. they range from $20 to $40. some fire departments give them out free. authorities want to emphasize the detectors are not the same as smoke detectors. kevinna is do
't tell us. they won't act or tell us yes. we're doing this. this is what we've done this, is how we're proceeding. yes, charges will be filed. >> under circumstances if someone hits someone, they go to jail. what is so different two people can be run down on the streets, suffering injuries, have to be hospitalized, have surge skpriz nobody needs to be arrested?. >> bart saying they have yet oakland police referred us to the city attorney. our call to the spokesman's cell phone was in the returned. vic lee, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> and the california patrol is investigating a violent road rage incident in the east bay. sky 7 was overhead, cars converged on the scene. this began when two vehicles crashed on greenwood drive. the chp says the drivers got out, started arguing. the driver of a lexus was armed and took off running. the driver of the pick up gave chase and was shot block as way. police are still looking for the shooter. >> chevron found a way to get around costly repairs and clean air requirements at it's refinery. the plant damaged in august by a fire that sent a black
it what he found was me talking to had man. about the use of the cameras in the neighborhood. >> david lived here for three years and he and neighbors have cameras installed as part of a neighborhood co-op. >> signs posted along the entrance warn all, you're being watched. >> never will we allow a criminal to leave or injure our neighborhood undetected. >> he encouraged a blog to take action. thanks the cameras. some, you can see, others hidden. these images from neighborhood guard. they captured my photographer and me as we entered the neighborhood. the focus so clear, you can identify my facial features and weight and height. all of that is stored on a data base. those livingniwv+%-t give them  police if there is a crime. >> any time you can bring that almost into and for the investigation, it's valuable. >> the cameras work well in low, or no light. the neighbors aren't concerned about being watched. >> nobody is externally watching you us. we know who doesn't belong here. >> and police say that is key. knowing who does and does not belong can provide key information. in oakland, a
at the tomb of the unknowns, the president said, coast, commit to sever you as well as you served us. >> new york city was the site of another parade. thousands of people lined the street office manhattan, waving flags and giving others a boost so they can see the marching soldiered. the parade was promoted as a rally for storm victims and winter coats were collected. >>> the adjustment back to civilian life can prove to be difficult but there is help for the nation's veterans. we're live with a look at what two groups are doing to make a difference. >> here at adobe systems some veterans took part in a program that helps them upgrade their military technical skills in order to get a job in the bay area high-tech industry. and across town, chronically homeless and disabled vets may soon get a permanent roof over their heads. >> former marine served a tour in iraq and one in afghanistan. he is take can part in the vehicle to tech hack-a-thon. he was trained as a network engineer but the training he learned is uses in a high to go industry. >> i've one told it's outdated, military background,
-old was a commander with the police department when investigators say he used his position to convince an 82-year-old woman to sign over all of her assets. >> property and other assets. >> police sargeant was one of the investigators 0cm@ the case that began in july when a social worker noted some problems with the assets. the 30-year-old was also involved. >> they gained trust of the victim. and created an actual legal trust, will be a victim to state. >> the district attorney complaint lists 14 counts after bus ranging from grand theft to practicing law without a license, ez she was supposed to turn herself in this morning. >> she told us she's going to turn herself in last night. she was not. >> the 82-year-old female is under protection of the county public guardian according to the director of the county adult division. >> in this case that happened. and we have temporary conservatoriship of the individual to protect assets and to protect her life style. and, which means that there can be no further year bus. >> he resigned while under investigation, and he was arraigned this morning and di
policy changes with regard to+9ñúñ issued credit cad use in the wake of this scandal. in san jose, abc 7 news. >> 49ers head coach is back at the doctor's tonight. the team announced he is undergoing a follow up evaluation with a procedure received on thursday to correct an irregular heartbeat. this came as a bit of a surprise made just minutes after harbaugh was scheduled to anounts victory over the bears. the team gave no indication there is a concern with the health. we'll stay on top of it. in the meantime, the tedford era is over. cal fired the most successful football coach in the team's history. >> this comes at a coast. >> this is a difficult day. he took the program from the bottom up to the bop 10 but couldn't stop the slide back down. after 11 years, his run in cal is over. he brought the football program back to life in berkeley. bu/rbñ he went three and nine this year. and getting blown out regularly. there was a growing sense that tedford could not do what he did a decade ago that. is make cal great again that. is what the graduation rate around 48% meant change was inevid
of the area of snow. chains now required of all major highways going into, and out of, the sierra. north of us in lake county, mixed precipitation and some snow from mountains in lake county. we've got a wide range of weather now. i'll show you more and tell what you is coming our way for the weekend later. >> spencer, thank you oor the pain started falling first in marin county. >> behind me, highway 101 and lucky drive is moving smoothly. traffic is smooth. pavement is dry. not a problem here tonight. north bay we did have rain most of it not disruptive.xpú$Ñ san francisco had to deal with more, but again, more of an inconvenience. let's begin downtown. enough rain that there was an icei sqee geeing rink. the light snow flurries and a dampening of the christmas spirit for those who stood by. but these were minor inconveniences compare wtd eastern seaboard. if you had an umbrella today, good for you. plenty of people didn't. as for elsewhere, like back here in marin county, it's rain. >> it went away. >> you saw rain? >> this morning i did. >> how long? >> two minutes. >> two minutes. but m
, residents allowed back inside of their homes. >> someone may be watching us upstairs. >> this debris did not impact homes directly. just streets and cars. >> the mud buried cars up to tires. >> i have deductible to take care of it. hopefully the city will cover that deductible. >> they were towed and adjusters will have to inspect damage. residents left with an unstable hillside. >> the hill could come down. this is the second time. mv time, now, my colleague will talk about that incident shortly. tomorrow, crews will be here to shore up that hillside. they want to stabilize the hill before it starts to rain. i'm live in daily city, abc 7 news. >> this big mess made in a 0e water department estimates the pipe broke at 4:20, there, you can see where the pipe broke there. at 4:40, first responders got the call about what is going on here, they contacted water department and within just 10 minutes or so, they figured out that what the source of the leak was. at 450, water department stopped the leak. they flipped a switch. next event, eight inch pipe gushed about 40 minutes before it could
a disturbing incident. her mouth and there was a salty liquid. the da told us the former principal broke the law by not reporting her]avgç suspicions.. >> our concern is that statute put in place for protection of children. if you're going make a decision you need to err on the side of protecting the child. >> the teacher chandler and lack of action against him triggered a civil lawsuit this, complaint says at least five people at the school and school district were awear o of -- aware of inappropriate behavior of female teachers and perhaps children, dating back to 2005. this attorney represents a 10-year-old student and her mother. >> no action was taken against him whatsoever. despite red flags that happened with locked door, he was allowed unfettered access to these children. >> the defense told the jury the principal was conned by an evil man and says the former principle's character is enough to find her not guilty. and it was reiterated what you told us yesterday about chandler he told lynn, a seriesuik8 of lies. at the time they made sense, consistent with everything the student
will limit to residents of the complex. >> the state says only so long used as a commercial harbor and marina. >> the planning marina approved the project. the tennent group filed an appeal. the redwood city council will hear appeal on january 28 but may be too late for tenants because they've been told to move out by january 15th. two weeks before the hearing. vic lee abc 7 news. >> black friday shopping is rolling along in the bay area tonight. no sign of alt indications, it's been smooth sailing. shoppers had been waiting for days outside of a best buy made their way into a store, abc 7 news is live in burlingame wex begin live at stoneridge mall. >> hi, good evening to you. speaking of people lining up, people were lined up outside of this mall last night because for the first black friday ever, it opened at midnight. since then there has been a steady flow of thousands of shoppers some i spoke with tell me this is the best customer service and the best black friday deals they have seen today. this is a tradition many look forward to as soon as thanksgiving dinner is digested. >> go this
is get one of the yearls starts ever. store ownerrers used to seeing people line up by monday, but here in the bay area they're already out. we're live in pinole where lines are already forming. reporter: right here is the front of the line at the best buy in pinole. this is the first of about a dozen people already in line. and you can see they have their warm sweaters on, pod -- foldable seats and tents. i talked briefly with manager at this best buy earlier, and she tells me this is the earliest she has ever seen a line start forming outside the store for black friday deals. people usually start taking their places on monday or tuesday. as for the people already in line, they say being out here has become as much a part of thanksgiving day celebrations as sitting down for turkey dinner, and claiming their spot in line so early is very much, a very well-organized team effort. >> they're here and because we met each other we rotate, and i'm going work storm will come back and spend the night just continue to keep joining until that time and then all day tuesday, wednesday, thursday. >>
. >>> same-sex marriage will be front and center this we're. u.s. supreme court justices will hold a closed door meeting to decide if now is the time to rule on same-sex marriage. on friday the court is expected to sift through appeals on the proposition 8 and defense of marriage act. the issue isn't what to decide but when to decide it. >> 'tis the season of giving. the one group who hopes you'll share the holiday spirit. >> the shocking crime that took hundreds of thousands of gifts away from some needy kids. >> get ready for another storm. meteorologist leigh glaser has a look at what you can expect. >> mike: i'm mike shumann. raiders quarterback carson palmer returned to cincinnati for the first time being traded and it got ugly. >> police in canada recovered hundreds of thousands of toys and box loads of food from the salvation army. the recovery was the successful three month investigation. police found enough stuff to stuff three tractor-trailers. >> officers located toys, personal products, as well. items donated to the salvation army, who are dedicated to the investigation, we're d
some of that dirtier gas that the rest of the country use but put a surcharge on it. use the money to buy back polluting cars from pre1976 era. >> a lot more questions than answers here, too. thank you very much. important developments from the san francisco 49ers. the head coach is treated for a heart condition. team coverage tonight. larry beil is in the,%÷ ruse nus room. you first, please, larry. >> jim har. baugh talked with team doctors they felt it would be best if he got treated immediately. he underwent what the team is describing as a minor procedure. players told about this this morning. they had no idea anything might be wrong with their head coach. >> to me, he stood behind me and steam seemed fine. know anything is wrong. i am saying we know he's going to be all right. >> we're playing for him. we heard everything is good. so... we're all happy. and... i think that he'll want us to finish practice, go out there, and work hard. >> the 48-year-old is expected to be back at the facility tomorrow. >> thank you. abc 7 news is live at 49ers headquarters now. leanne, do we k
. >> that is weird. that is inconvenient. like... because if i were to use my friend's card i'd have to hook up his plate? it just sounds inconvenient. >> it's going to ask for a license plate, state it's rental sistered in. then, you get to select an effective date for the toll. >> what about car was no plates? i should know that i don't know. i don't know. maybe there is a slush fund to cover those folks. >> it's unclear how they would be tracked down. and what about tourists? rental cars? >> i think english word for toll is talk. >> it's a license plate charge handled through rental car companies and this is more confusing than that. we'll leave it at that. >> there is something called anonymous accounts. fast track seemed to be the way to go here. and also, you get a dollar off that $6 toll. what will happen to toll takers? there are 14 remaining now. they will be absorbed or the district is trying to figure out how that transition can be comfortable for everyone. >> you can tell it's going to work well. >> black friday is the busiest shopping day of the year, they opened doors tonight and abc
water district uses the web cams. >> it's more cost-effective than traveling there during a storm but it's not going to prevent a major flooding issue, over banks of the creeks. >> that is why they are working to work on plans, they are spending $40 million to improve the creek's ability to drain storm flow in the bay. >> we'll be building flood walls between the bay and highway 101. we'll be modifying bridges. there are four bridges in addition to the four bridges across the creek, highway 101 will be rebuilt over the creek. that is caltrans project. >> it will take two years or longer for some of these projects to be completed. >>> here is look outside now from our san francisco camera on the water mark building. you can see how heavy traffic is on the upper deck of the bay bridge right now. these are cars heading into san francisco. it is packed and slow going and the rain is just getting underway. california emergency management agency says this stormy weather reminds us to get ready for rainy season. we are encouraged to have emergency kids including battery operated radios and flas
and pushing them away and i was just shouting this is not us, we don't do this and sucker punch, kicking, blood, blood, blood and that is ail remember and my friends came to help me and drug me out of there. >> his nose was broken and he had gashes on his face and two chipped teeth. word of the bravery got to supervisor scott weiner and he invited him to sit with him in the vip section of the civic center ceremonies. >> more people need to do that. we are all tempted to stand back and let whatever happens happen. >> he bumped into the friend who pulled him out and saved him from more serious is injury. i asked him later are why he would risk taking on a violent mob. >> you don't want to see anything like this happen to your city, you know. i'm the only one that should have a black eye and not the city of san francisco. i'm a product of the city. i'm a native son and still proud of everything that it has given me he. i wanted to give something back and nothing like this should happen. >> any regrets, would you do it again? >> absolutely. >> simon says he doesn't think of himself as is a h
is not denying is he in this photograph, using a heavy metal barricade. the 22-year-old walked foot hall of justice today accompanied by his lawyer and his parents. >> the victory brought out the best of san francisco and the worst in gregory. >> others in the crowd helped vandalize the bus. the driver managed to get eight passengers off. they torched. the bus was valued at $1 million. simon was beaten unconscious by the mob he tried to stop vandals and told abc 7 news that he saw granis help destroy the bus. >> like a monster, just pummeling this vehicle with people inside. and you think how can anyone live with themselves or get in the mind set to do that? >> granis pleaded not guilty. you may have more legal problems.. >> we're also exploring the possibility of getting restitution for him. and he'll be held liable for damages to the vehicle. >> with granis fighting back tears the attorney told reporters his client hopes san franciscoins willing forrive him. >> he's very ashamed and sorry. now, he's going to set an example, making amends. he only hopes san francisco will find it in the
to use? >> chevron agreed to wait to install the unit that failed corrosion caused a fire, spewing emission that's sent 15,000 people to the hospital. chevron wants to replace the pipe with something called chrome 9 saying it's the safest choice but the respected chemical safety board told the city in a letter that might not be the best choice the pipes failed in the unit similar to this one. richmond is responsible for permits. >> whous say sit on what kind of paip they use? >> that is unclear. >> before the agreement, chevron responded to a letter saying we're confident we have made the right decision considering all factors in selecting the material of rebare. we asked if they'd begun. >> this caveolding is doing inspections to make sure no damage occurred p the fire. that is inspection work. >> the district tries to expand it's own, chevron is aing it will wait for talks before moving forward. still would it not answer the question whether pipe replacement permits have been issued. >> we're not doing any work. this is not been permitted. there are lots of permits needed. >> the
. it was a conference of the u.s. green building counsel. they say the need for an extra generator that has been paid for, but not installed yet. >> yes.3%]h a group in san francisco fighting for right to be naked in public going to court tochl pose what it considers an attack on civil rights. nudists held a rally in san francisco and filed a class action lawsuit asking a judge for a temporary restraining order against the city. they say being naked in public is protected political speech. >> we're talk mog than just first amendment rights. people doing overboard. >> san francisco was pilt on barbary coast, built off sex and gambling. it does not have a purist origin. >> there will be another protest on saturday. next week, the full board will take a vote on the proposed ban its too chilly in the sierra to go without clothes. after a dismal ski season, weather seems to be cooperating. two resorts opened today. and north star, rather than truckee. the resorts are licking their chops. >> this is actually the earliest opening in north star history. that is four decades of operation, they're excited abou
. >> pay pal says it's reviewing the issue ask declined to comment on camera but sent us this e mail as we continue with our efforts to improve our products and services i expect additional changes. we have nothing furtherer to announce about this right now. consumer union says it's had two meetings of pay pal since our story first airedúco and ss changes should not be taken this long to implement. no new meetings are scheduled at this time. >> thank you. >> and an accused killer faces a judge for the first time since arrest charged in a crime spree that left one man dead. we're live with the story tonight in san5ic;k:q. >> right. jonathan willbanks walked into court with head down and shoulders hunched and did not enter a plea to numerous charges against him. jonathan willbanks stood before a judge just 60 seconds. police say the deadly crime spree friday night lasted 90 minutes. the family and friends of the murder victim rory park pettiford will live with pain forever. >> i say state of mind is remorseful. >> does he realize seriousness of the charges? >> i don't have anything else to
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